Banners align the street and lead up the pathway to the gate.
When you enter, colorful batiks catch the breeze. (these shots we taken the evening before) It takes a day to set up.
Marc (Kathryn Herrman, batik artist, husband) brings his vegetable starts including his favorite heirloom tomatoes, which really adds to the garden theme. Marc was in charge of the big plant sale at the LA Arboretum where he works this weekend and unfortunately could not attend our show.
*We missed your good humor and plant advice Marc.
My son Bryce, crack sales person and all around good guy. If the show slows down he'll entertain on his guitar :)
The show opens at 10:00 (not) this is how it looked at 9:00. We love you all! The weather was warm and I don't blame them for getting an early start.
(time to ditch my camera)
Thank you to everyone that stopped by, family, friends, patrons, blog readers. It was a wonderfilled weekend. We enjoyed visiting with all of you.
Next weekend we'll be at The Maloof Foundation along with 20 other artists. The museum and house will be open and Beverly's native garden is always a treat. We hope to see you there.